Andreas is the founding director of MERIT, Associate Professor in Economics at Monash University, and ARC Discovery Early Career Research Fellow.
His expertise is in pricing, worker motivation, pro- and anti-social behaviours, and gender work.
His studies are featured in outlets like the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Time Magazine, and are published in some of the most prestigious journals. He is also an experienced speaker for academic and non-academic audiences.
John is a pioneer in field experiments. He is a Professor in Economics at the University of Chicago where he is also the Chairman and he also holds an appointment with Monash University. He is a National Bureau of Economic Research Associate and served as a senior economic advisor in the White House.
His expertise is in charitable giving, education, non-market valuation, and finance.
He has published close to 200 articles and is the author of the book “The Why Axis – Hidden Motives and the Undiscovered Economics of Everyday Life”.
Michael is a Professor in Economics and the Sustainability Institute at Monash University following previous appointments at ANU and UC Berkeley.
His expertise is in environmental and resource economics.
He has advised the World Bank and other leading development institutions.
Robert is a Postdoctoral Scholar at the Economics Department of the University of Chicago. Before, he was a Research Fellow at the University of Oxford and worked in the U.K. Government as an Economist.
His expertise is in public economics, energy economics, and education.
He has led large-scale randomized control trials on tax debt collection and has collected over five million dollars for research funding.
Choon is a Lecturer in Economics at Monash University and received his PhD from UC San Diego. John has also worked as a Research Consultant for the World Bank.
His expertise is in health, applied economics, and development.
Lata is a Professor at Monash University and the Asia-Pacific Vice President of the Economic Science Association, the leading academic organization devoted to using experiments to understand economic behavior.
Her expertise is in environmental economics, institutions and development.
She has published numerous articles in some of the very best journals and her work is featured in the New York Times, BBC, and CNN.
Klaus is a Professor of Economics at Monash University. Before, he was a Professor at the University of East Anglia and he did his PhD under the supervision of Nobel Laureate Reinhard Selten.
His expertise is in conflict, corruption, and political economics.
He has advised companies in several high-profile spectrum auctions.
Philip is a Professor in Economics at Monash University.
His expertise is in altruism, risk taking, and gender work.